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Review: Powerwolf – The History of Heresy I (2004-2008)

One of Germany’s biggest (or at least most successful) metal exports of recent years has been lupine-themed favourites Powerwolf. It’s surprising to think that they’ve been releasing material for 10 years now, and to celebrate it Metal Blade have put [...]

May 10, 2014 Album Reviews

100-Word Review: Edenfall – Under Sultry Moons and Velvet Skies

With former Band of the Day Edenfall’s second album, Under Sultry Moons and Velvet Skies, due out on May 12th I thought I’d pop up a quick review to let potential purchasers know what to expect. Point number one is value [...]

May 9, 2014 Album Reviews

100-Word Review: The Lustmord – Trapped in Purgatory

All the details about The Lustmord’s slight name change and the EP launch are in a previous article. This here is about how good, or otherwise, Trapped in Purgatory actually is. As of today it’s available in a physical form, with the [...]

May 3, 2014 Album Reviews

100-Word Review: Brood of Hatred – Skinless Agony

Featured as band of the day back in February, Brood of Hatred are new-ish-comers from Tunisia. Skinless Agony  is their second release after an EP (New Order of Intelligence) in 2012. It’s available through Crime Records, and was released on March [...]

May 3, 2014 Album Reviews

100-Word Review: A Breach of Silence – Dead or Alive

I put A Breach of Silence’s latest video online a couple of weeks ago and recently got round to listening to the album. And, wow… The won the Q Music Award in 2012 for Best Heavy Song and normally I [...]

May 2, 2014 Album Reviews

100-Word Review: Patria – Individualism

Brazilian black metal for you now with Patria’s fifth release, Individualism. Already on release through Indie Recordings. This one’s already had some good reviews elsewhere and it’s easy to see why. Or hear why, to be more accurate. With a very traditional [...]

April 27, 2014 Album Reviews